Question about Star 39 JetStar Popcorn Maker
We have had our Star popcorn popper for several years and never cleaned the acrylic surround, the metal bottom or the kettle itself. Needless to say, the oil has hardened on and is difficult to remove. Do you have any suggestions on what sort of cleaner might work (and not fume us out of the house) in this case? Thank you for a resonse, Debbie Moore
Hello. If you want a new kettle you can contact here:
If it just needs cleaning, there are a few products that will dissolve the build up, remember, don't submerge the kettle in liquids. It will have to be done slowly, and take a little time, oh yeah, and effort :)
If you contact the manufacture, they can recommend a cleaner to use.
Hope that helps, and thank you.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
adavis_NPG had the right number for Nostalgia Group. The price was $35.00 including shipping when I ordered it.
920-347-9122 is the correct number to call. I got disconnected the first try and had to call back so be patient if it happens to you. The person who answered was very helpful and very friendly.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
Make sure your agitator arms are properly functioning. If the corn is not being properly stirred, it will not pop. Also, make sure you are using the correct type of popcorn oil.
Posted on Apr 22, 2011
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